It was a return to winning ways for Tottenham Hotspur after a miserable three games for the Lilywhites, with Harry Kane back in the lineup and Heung-Min Son back amongst the goals. The team news was met with shock from Spurs fans and rival fans alike: both Lucas Moura and Erik Lamela were playing, butContinue reading “Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 West Brom- “the Harry Kane team””
It may have felt like a lifetime ago, but Spurs returned to action eight days after defeating Sheffield United to face Wycombe Wanderers in the fourth round of the FA Cup. The competition’s draw has been quite generous to Jose Mourinho’s team so far, putting them in a David vs Goliath match up with eight-tierContinue reading “Tottenham 4-1 Wycombe – Misleading scoreline sees Spurs advance.”
Unlike rival clubs Tottenham haven’t had much progress in developing their youth talent into first team players. Harry Kane, Harry Winks and Japhet Tanganga are the only current members of the first team that have been awarded senior contracts after going through the clubs youth system. However, on-loan midfielder Oliver Skipp has given Spurs aContinue reading “Oliver Skipp – How a “future captain” is performing on loan.”
It seems as though Tottenham have played the same game multiple times this season, as the failure to extend their lead proves to be the downfall of the squad and in the closing of the 90 minutes that failure is punished. In this meeting, Kane’s first-half header was cancelled out by Ivan Cavaleiro’s in theContinue reading “More blues for the lilywhites; Tottenham 1-1 Fulham review”
After a successful win midweek to progress to the League Cup final, we started our FA Cup campaign playing Marine of the Northern Premier Divison in a real ‘David v Goliath’ clash. This was the biggest gap in an FA Cup tie in the history of the competition with 161 places between the sides. MarineContinue reading “Marine Review”
Spurs are on their way to Wembley, Tottenham’s gonna do it again! It’s lucky for Spurs when the year ends in one, as they booked their place in the first Wembley final since 2015 with a comfortable victory against Championship high-flyers Brentford on Tuesday. No manager has played in more domestic finals in England thanContinue reading “Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Brentford- 13 years and counting…”
Having already booked a place in the Carabao Cup final, Tottenham will now turn their attention to eighth-tier Marine in the third round of the FA Cup. The fixture hosts the biggest mismatch in the competitions history with Marine currently placed sixth in the Northern Premier League North West, while Spurs sit fourth in theContinue reading “Tottenham vs Marine – No room for an upset”
It’s that point now when nerves start to really settle in, especially for Spurs fans, conscious of the fact that they have not been in a domestic cup final in six years. When they lost 2-0 to Chelsea in 2015, managed by Jose Mourinho. The Portugese proclaimed that this semi-final is his “biggest game sinceContinue reading “A chance for a trophy: Tottenham v Brentford preview”
Last night saw the first time in history that both the sides met whilst occupying first and second on the table, each looking to get one over on their title challenger. Both clubs were coming off the back of disappointing draws at the hands of Crystal Palace and Fulham respectively, intending to put the recordContinue reading “Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham – Heartache at Anfield.”
At this stage in Tottenham’s season, every game seems more crucial than the last. A reasonable statement for a side that sits top of the league on a five goal difference and now play the team just over their shoulder on equal points. Tomorrow’s game follows the table-toppers’ 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park on Sunday,Continue reading “A chance to go three points clear: Liverpool v Tottenham preview”
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